To answer in detail could fill many pages but I will attempt to keep my answer brief.
The first thing to consider is what do we refer to when we talk of human rights?
Well, human rights are essentially moral principles or norms that describe certain standards of human behaviour, and protected as legal rights in national and international laws, including in aspects of the Solomon Islands National Constitution and in other local statutes.
Such principles are commonly understood as invaluable or fundamental rights to which a person is entitled because he or she is a human being, regardless of language, religion, ethnic origin or any other status.
The Government of Japan has vowed to support basic education and the improvement of schools facilities in the country.
The Japanese Ambassador to Solomon Islands Kenichi Kimiya said this recently during the signing ceremony of a deal worth $647,836.84 for the construction of a new classroom and staff houses.
The Ambassador said:
“The priority areas of our assistance under the Grassroots and Human Security Scheme in SI are supporting basic education through the construction of school facilities such as classrooms for students and staff houses for teachers.
A report filed in mid-February 2015.
"Wellington, New Zealand (Radio New Zealand International, Feb. 20, 2015) – 40 Pacific youth representatives from 15 countries in the region are travelling to Suva this weekend for the inaugural Pacific Youth Forum Against Corruption.
"A four days training exercise, funded by Live&Learn in partnership with the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, (MCT) ended successfully in Isabel Province last week.
It was organized at two different venues namely Lololeheo Homestay and Boletei, Havulei Ward and was attended by nearly 42 participants.
"The founder of Women International, Marga Fripp, conducted an inspiring workshop on leadership for members of the Solomon Islands Women in Business Association (SIWIBA) at the YWCA conference room on Tuesday, 17 March 2015.
Her visit to Honiara inspired many women who attended her sessions that started over the weekend and SIWIBA was privileged to have Ms. Fripp to talk to some successful business members of the Association.
During the workshop, SIWIBA members shared their experience of leadership as business owners as well as leadership figures at home and communities.